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it's 6 o'clock. you're looking live at the inner harbor. there's a brazilian warship in town. sharon is watching the roads. marty is over at first warning weather. let's take a look at temperatures this morning. we're around 40 degrees on tv hill. that is going to be 8
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degrees chillier than this time yesterday. sun is going out many force. it's going to be a beautiful fall day. at lunch 64 on its way to a high of 66 degrees. don, take it away. >> thank you. your rush right now from sharon gibala at wjz traffic control. >> good morning, everyone. if you are just about to head out we are still problem-free on the roads. speeds at 55 on the beltway, top and west side. no problems still on 95 either. that's a look at the topside of the beltway at harford road and a look at the west side. it's getting busier there. that's the outer loop coming towards us at exit 17. now wjz has the stories people are talking about this morning. here's don. >> thank you. the president will be hosting a health care event at the white house today at which time he's expected to address the lingering issue with the programs website. susan mcginnis reports for wjz. >> president obama is expected to call problems with the government's affordable care act website inexcusable. >> the huge out pouring of interest shows how important it is we get this right.
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there's no one more frustrated than the president at the difficulty in the website. >> republicans call it a fee fiasco. >> bring smart people back to washington an fix this problem. it's ridiculous. >> an administration official tells cbs news they're bringing in more help from tech experts inside and outside the government. they're writing new code to fix some of the glitches and expanding capacity to meet demand. more than 19 million people have visited the website since the launch october 1st. >> the number one worry before we started was are people going to be interested, will people sign up. the answer to that is overwhelming yes. >> opponents say who signs up is just as important as how many sign up. >> the fact is the sick people are signing up, the healthy aren't. they're not going to because the deductibles are so high and the cost is going to be high. >> the white house said half a million people have filled out applications but won't say how
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many of them were able to enroll. in washington, susan mcginnis, wjz eyewitness news. >> the house committee will hold a hearing this week looking into the affordable care act's role out and who is to blame for its problems. starting this morning same-sex marriages are being recognized in the state of new jersey. >> excited. >> as of mid might couples rushed the down the aisle. more are expected to do so a judge ruled new jersey must accept same-sex licenses starting today. new jersey's governor and the state legislation are appealing that judge's order. two escaped killers are back behind bars this morning. now police are trying to figure out how they were able to fool prison officials. joseph jenkins and paul walker were captured in a panama hotel. how
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police want to know who helped them gain their release. >> an underlying speculation where there was a source for a certain sum of money these documents could be constructed. >> police say they're presuing a tip of someone. both inmates were serving life sentences for murder. an accident above the pennsylvania line leads to the deaths of five people. police say it was a head-on collision involving two motorcycles and an suv that happened an hour from here. four people were on bikes, two others were in the suv. investigators say the suv crossed the center line and caused the accident. starting today maryland state police are cracking down on drivers who don't move over when emergency vehicles are on their side of the road. wjz and mike schuh are live outside state police head quarters. good morning, mike. >> reporter: good morning, don. the law has been on the
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books for 3 years. after a couple of high profile incidents the maryland state police say they are serious about enforcing it. >> this is police video. look to the left. here , i'll start the video again. a maryland state trooper is nearly killed as a driver fails to move over. >> i've been hit by a car. >> last year troop er er david aveo survived but was left with complications. >> there doesn't seem like light at the end of the tunnel but i'm able to walk. >> another trooper jacqueline kline was hit by a driver as they failed to move over. >> she broke the rear wind shield and hit the k-9 cage. she fell off into a ditch. >> the move over law took effect in 2010. officers said
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it is drivers are still putting them in danger. >> it's time to make the public aware of the necessity of the law. >> troopers will be extremely vigilant, looking for drivers who fail to move over one lane for stopped emergency vehicles with lights activated. disobeying that law will add point to you license and cost you between $150 and $750. >> if they're unable the move over slow down to a safe speed. >> reporter: it could mean an addition of three point to your license also. >> thank you. we're told special enforce. ope ment operations will be underway today. three people are under arrest in anne arundel county charges with stealing dozens of boxes of ammo from the air marshall program. 18-year-old brandon tree was driving suspiciously. after they pulled
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him over with a 15 and 16-year-old they found 70 boxes of ammo, bolt cutters and a flashlight. he admitted to breaking into a trailer and taking the ammo. a local landmark is getting a facelift. according to our media partner the baltimore sun the city's washington monument will undergo $5 million on repairs on its pillar and pedastol. they hope to have it reopened by july 4th of 2015. a bitter pill to swallow for ravens fans as they fall to the steelers in pittsburgh. now players say it's time to make changes. here is sports director mark viviano. >> good morning. well, it is a long football season, too early to panic. terrell suggs declared a state of emergency. two straight defeats for the ravens, both of them heartbreakers. this one hurts more because it comes at the hands of the steelers.
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>> sunday was a classic battle. touchdowns tough to come by. roethlisberger's shovel pan pass to miller for a touchdown and a 7-0 pittsburgh lead. the ravens vow to improve their running game. peer drop ed pierce dropped for a loss. 3rd quarter an on side kick. tucker didn't kick it far enough and took a shot to the head. steelers got good field position, turn that had into a field goal. coach john harbaugh said he was trying to steal a possession. >> ravens down by 7. late 4th joe flacco flay action play action fake rolls out and hits clark in the end zone. that's a ravens touchdown. 2 minutes to go. roethlisberger leads them on a drive that outs the steelers into field goal position.
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the pass to brown put them well in range. didn't miss on the game winner. 42 yards away as time expires. time runs out on the ravens. a 19-16 defeat more painful because it's a loss to their rivals. >> absolutely. you never want to lose to pittsburgh. it happened. you know, we're a bunch of men. everyone takes responsibility and we won't point the finger. >> disappointing outcome. i think in the end we have to find a way to win those games. we've lost some close games this year. we've got to find a way to win them. >> we have a lot of game to go. we have to continue to look forward and continue to be confident. it's a dog fight. it always schl we have to . we have to try to win as many as we can. >> it's the fourth straight game between the ravens and steelers decided by three points. this breaks the ravens winning streak of three straight at heinz field. >> the next game is in two
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weeks at cleveland. the ravens record is now 3-4. it's the first time heat wave had a losing record after 7 games since john harbaugh has been the head coach. >> you know, we've been talking about it all -- the past hour. everybody is going to be talking about it today. social media is a twitter. no pun intended. having said that, rough to look -- you have to look at a bigger picture here. the bengals are just rocking. >> i was watching them yesterday. >> how about that? >> yeah. >> at this point you have to think to yourself, okay, they could very easily win the afc north. as we like to write news these days, punch their ticket to the playoffs. now you have to start thinking what are the while card potentials. i know we have nine games left, a bye week so 10 weeks left in this
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thing. it's just some things you have to roll around in the back of your mind here. we have a week to push away from the table, breathe and we move along. take a look at this graphic we have. it's a cold front sitting out to the west that's going to bring us a hit of fall. it's starting to look like fall, so now it's going to look and feel like fall. today a beautiful day. once that visual satellite comes up it's going to be spectacular. it's going to be clear. sunshine through the day with a high of 66. 39 degrees right now. we just dropped a degree. ron, thoughts, comments? >> reporter: well, i'll tell you something, this is something really to ponder about the wild card. i know we've got nine games to go. there's two while card teams, correct? >> correct. >> reporter: all right. we're basically going to be playing for one wild card because kansas city and denver they're both going playoffs. one is going to win the division, the other is going to be a wild card.
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that eliminates one wild card right there. if we don't win the division it's going to get dicey. >> you're 100% right. ron, that's a great object ser servation. well said. >> reporter: all right. >> geez. >> reporter: by the way, i'm off next week. it's my bye week. great to be here. manic monday in fells point. what a great crowd. it's national respiratory care week. >> [cheers] >> reporter: when the eyewitness news morning edition continues. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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good morning. 16 after the hour. 39 degrees right now. 2% humidity. -- 92% humidity. we have a frontal boundary that's going to pass through the area. then temperatures are going to be
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dropping into the mid 50s. today 66. the normal is 65 and 44. 46 degrees over night. clear early then clouds increasw we're looking for mostly cloudy sky with a high of 66 degrees. 56 wednesday, 54 thursday, 54 friday, 56 saturday. there's going to be a downturn in temperatures. look at the over night lows. this is forecast at bwi marshall, which actually is not in a chilly area of the state. it's kind of close to the bay. to be quite honest, semi marshy. 37, 38, 37. this may darn well be 34 , 35 degrees. welcome to fall. about to get morning this morning? here is sharon gibala at wjz traffic control. >> good morning, everyone. still so far so good on the roads. we are problem-free at the moment. seeing lots of 50s out there on the speed sensors. a couple of lower 60s.
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it's 56 and 55 on 95. the topside of the beltway at harford road looking good. this traffic report is brought to you by your maryland toyota dealer. do you ever dream of all the places you'd like to go? well toyota is ready to take you there. now is a great time to find a great deal on a toyota at buyatoyota.com. let's go places. now over to manic monday. >> ♪ [ music ] ♪ all right. ron, take it away, bud. >> reporter: all right. good morning. by my cabbing lculation m-4 five weeks from today. the mammoth manic monday melt down. >> that means, i say this every week, five weeks until thanksgiving. >> reporter: how about that? >> 5 weeks until we play the steelers again. >> reporter: there you go. how about that. manic monday in fells point. we're so happy to be here. all these good folks
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came out so early. national respiratory care week. >> [cheers] >> reporter: thank you, guys. >> [laughter snfrmd >> -- laughter] >> reporter: they've had a cup of coffee or two. thank you for setting this up. >> thank you for having us. >> reporter: we have here -- people here from? >> respiratory terrorist from the university of maryland medical center. we have some therapists also from franklin square. >> reporter: excellent. >> we're all here to kick off national respiratory care week. >> reporter: thank you for coming down. >> thanks for having us. >> reporter: get ready. is my nurse on the end there? hi. how you doing? good to see you. you can come over. how are you doing? >> good. >> reporter: what's you name ? >> naomi. >> reporter: thauk thank you thank you for coming down. thank you.
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let me get my twanger. hold on. here we go. manic monday in fells point. tony, let me hear those magic words. >> mistrow -- maestro the museumic if you please. >> reporter: get ready. these folk red sox going to be s are going to be here. national respiratory care week. >> ♪ [ music ] ♪ >> ♪ 6 o'clock already, i was just in the middle of a dream ♪ ♪ i was kissing valentino by a crystal blue italian stream ♪ ♪ but i can't be late because then i guess i just won't get paid ♪ ♪ these are the days when you wish your bed was already made ♪
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♪ it's just another manic monday ♪ ♪ i wish it was sunday ♪ ♪ that's my fun day ♪ ♪ my i don't have to run day ♪ ♪ it's just another manic monday ♪ >> [cheers] >> reporter: oh, yeah. scomblsz >> that is right >> all right. that was rock solid. well done. >> reporter: we want to invite you back for the mammoth manic monday melt down in five weeks. i need a little of that. can you give me some of that? >> ron. >> reporter: yes. >> every ravens fan needs what's in that bag. >> reporter: that's right. every ravens fan needs that this morning. give yourself a big hand. national respiratory care week. don and marty, see you. >> thank you. still to come on wjz this morning. >> it's a short film with a big message to stop relationship violence. i'm christie illeto
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a local foundation is using a film to teach young people of a relationship becoming dangerous. as christie illeto reports, the foundation was created in memory of yeardley
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love. >> 60 minutes on tape with one big message, stop relationship violence. >> the whole story line is broken around these four escalating phases of relationship violence. >> those stories are as real as they come. >> where suddenly the perpetrator in this case doesn't allow the victim to make choices. there's a lot of controlling issues. >> the one law foundation organized in memory of yeardley love is the driving force behind this educational video thursday. until yeardley's murder by her boyfriend dating violence was something women thought would never happen to them. now her family and the foundation are spotlighting the issue. >> the biggest goal that people stop ignoring signs and catch them at an earlier time. >> each year domestic violence kills 450 women 16 to 26 years old. one in three women will be effected by relationship violence in her lifetime, one of four during college.
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>> the foundation is hoping that the educational film will drive young people to their smart phones. >> the one law foundation developed an app. >> the 20 question test shows if it's a dangerous relationship. >> say that doesn't look healthy, i'm concerned about you, take this test and see if things aren't adding up properly. >> with the film set to reach more young adults they say it's another tool to stop this dangerous trend from taking another innocent life. >> it will be shown to colleges and high schools starting early next year. christie illeto, wjz eyewitness news. >> learn more about the warning signs for dating violence and the one love foundation by going to our website, cbsbaltimore.com. look for it under local news. next up this morning right here on wjz. >> it is officially past
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midnight. marriage is equal in new jersey. >> joseph and orvile became one of the first same-sex couples the legally marry in the state of new jersey. how the enforcement of a 33a -- of a 3-year-old law could help officers. it's a fight between the ravens and steelers but you this time the ravens lose the fight. your morning commute not too tough. a complete report in just a few. fresh off of her victory fighting cancer baltimore's robin kwooifr quivers, the queen of all howard stern's empire is out with a cook book.
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it is 6:30. dress for a chill this morning but take some time out to look up at how clear the sky is. how clear is commute? sharon will let you know after marty's first warning weather. it's a beautiful fall start to what it is going to be a great october day. it's 39 degrees right now on tv hill. now granite, that's 8 chillier than this time yesterday morning. it's going to be a beautiful sunny day. take it away. >> we know the commute isn't clear but how is it moving? here is sharon gibala at wjz traffic control. good morning. we picked up our first problem of the morning. it's a downed tree on glen arm road near heartily mill road. no problems on the topside. the west side slowing down just a bit on the west side outer loop. 51 is your average. 95 southbound you're looking at
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speeds now averaging at 54 between the beltway and the tunnel. that's a live look at 895 and the harbor tunnel. that's a look at 95 and the fort mchenry tunnel. now wjz has the stories people are talking about this morning. here's don. >> thank you. this morning same-sex coupling are getting ting married in new jersey. people were lining up. here is marly hall reporting for wjz. >> it is officially past midnight. marriage se kwaul in is e-mail inqual in -- equal in new jersey. >> one of the first same-sex couples legally to marry in the state of new jersey. >> it was important for us not to escape new jersey to be married but to simply stay here and fight for the right that is
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due us. >> newark mayor and cory book did the weddings. when asked if anyone objected one protestor spoke up. >> this is unlawful in the eyes of god. >> please remove that person. >> a state court rule d that new jersey can allow gay and lesbian couple to get married starting today, making it the 14th state in the country to allow the marriage. >> new jersey governor chris christy tried to block the ceremonies from happening. >> the state supreme court rejected that request and will hear christy's case in january. lousie also tied the knot. >> we're thrilled for ourselves and for the next generation. >> marly hall for cbs news. >> as you heard, main ly couples who married said they will keep fighting until same-sex marriage is legal in each and every state
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the obama administration is hiring more computer experts to improve the websites that offer access to health care plans. more than 19 million have visited the sites. many complain about the numerous technical defects and glitches. democrats and republicans are calling on the white house to fix things. >> look, it's been a fiasco. load air force 1 up with smart people, bring them back to washington to fix this problem. it's ridiculous and everybody knows that. >> it has to be fixed. what doesn't have to be fix ed is the fact that tens of millions of more people will have access to affordable quality health care. >> the president will host a health care event today. the government reached a
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settlement with gp morgan choice who agreed to pay $19 billion. it includes $9 with billion in fines and penalties, $4 billion in consumer relief, such as loan modifications. jp morgan is still subject to a separate federal criminal investigation. maryland state police said too many drivers are no following the state's move over law enacted to protect them and other emergency workers. now there's going to be a crack down. mike schuh is live outside state police head quarters in pikesville. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. the law has been on the books for 3 years. now after a couple of high profile incidents the troopers are being directed to better enforce it. >> this is police video. look to the left. here , i'll start the video again. a maryland state trooper is nearly killed as a driver fails to move over. >> i've been hit by a car. >> last year maryland troop er david aveo survived this
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accident but was left with many complications. >> there doesn't seem like there's light at the end of the tunnel but i'm able to talk. >> trooper jacqueline kline was hit as she walked along the shoulder to assist an officer in a traffic stop. >> she actually broke the rear wind shield and kit that k-9 cage inside the car. she fell off into a ditch. >> there's a law that took effect in 2010, the move over law. officers say drivers are still putting them in danger. maryland state troopers said enough is enough. >> we think it's time to make the public aware of the necessity of this law. >> starting this week troopers will be extremely vigilant, looking for drivers who fail to move over one lane for stopped emergency vehicles with lights activated. disobeying that law will add point to you license and cost you between $150 and
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$750. >> if they're unable to move over, we ask that they slow down to a safe speed. >> so slow down or pay up. >> reporter: it also point s three points on your driver's license. i'm mike schuh reporting live. back to you. >> thank you. we're told special enforcement operations will be underway today. family and friends will gather to say good-bye to a well known local business owner. eddie dopkin the owners of ms. shirley's died early saturday morning. he was 61 years old. funeral services are planned for this afternoon in pikesville. the cafe was established in 2005, named after one of his long time employees. some good news for car commuters this morning. over the last month and a half we have seen the price of gasoline dip the lowest it's been in a long time. as gigi barnett explains, experts say the prices will continue to fall.
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>> 41 days and counting gases have been on a steady decline. >> i come to this corner and look and see who has the lowers price an it's usual will i this -- usually this gas station. >> my wife's car demands premium gasoline. when it was over $4 it was a headache to fill up. now it's getting easier. >> aaa says over the last month and a half prices have fallen by more than a quarter. the agency believes the slide is only going to continue until the end of the year. >> we expect that gas prices will remain steady and decline more as we're seeing weak demand, supplies pentful. >> they can go back down to where they were when i was in high school. 70 cents a gallon. >> for some drivers it's cause to celebrate. others though are still a little skeptical about the drop. >> in terms of what americans
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call cheap gas we're not going to get that. >> gas stations are switched over to the winter blends which are generally cheaper than those used in the summer months. i'm gigi barnett, wjz eyewitness news. >> in today's wjz pump watch report. $3.32 for gallon on average. that's a noticeable drop from a month ago when we were paying $3.43 gallon. turning to sports, it was a late night in indianapolis and the colts welcomed peyton manning back to town. after falling behind by 19 in the 3rd manning and the broncos came roaring back, cut the lead to 6 points but got no closer. the colts hand the broncos their first loss of the season. 39-33 was the final in indianapolis. the ravens are trying to shake off a loss to the steelers in pittsburgh. now has the team heads into its bye week players
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and others are saying it's time for changes. here's mark viviano. >> good morning. it's a long football season. terrell suggs has declared what he calls a state of emergency. this most recent one hurts worst because it comes at the hands of steelers. >> pittsburgh has been a place for classic battles for the two teams. sunday was another one. roethlisberger's shovel pass tor er for a short touchdown and a 7-0 pittsburgh lead. the ravens vowed to improve their running game. once again yards were tough to come by on the ground. pierce dropped for a loss. the ravens managed just two field goals in the first half. 3rd quarter ravens get tricky. an on side kick. tucker didn't kick it far enough enough. they turn that into a
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field goal. flacco play action fake rolls out and hits dallas clerk in the end zone. that's a ravens touchdown just in time. that ties it 16 all. 2 minutes to go. pittsburgh employs the 2 minute drill. roethlisberger leads them on a drive that puts the steelers into field goal position. the pass to antonio brown put them well within range. didn't miss on the game winner. 42 yards away as time expires. time runs out on the ravens. a 19-16 defeat. more painful because it's a loss to their rivals. >> yeah, absolutely. you know, you never want to lose to pittsburgh. it happened. you know, we're a bunch of men. everyone -- you know, everyone takes responsibility and we won't point the finger. we lost as a team. >> disappointing outcome. i think in the end we have to find a way to win those games. that's what we have to do. we lost some close games this year. we have to find a way to win them. >> we have a lot of games to go. we have to continue to look
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forward and be confident. like i said, it's a dog fight. it always is. we have to try to win as many games as we can. >> it's the fourth straight game between the ravens and steelers that is decided by just 3 points. this one breaks what was a ravens winning streak of three straight at heinz field. >> the ravens have 2 weeks until their next game at cleveland on november the 3rd. their record is now 3-4. it's the first time they've had a losing report in 7 games since john harbaugh has been the coach. >> there will be all sorts of monday morning quarter backing hindsight being 20/20. we started this discussion a half hour ago. it's worth bringing up again for our new audience. the cincinnati bengals are rocking. very easily they could get the afc north. i know we have nine games left, ten games left in the season.
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having said that, we're playing for a wild card slot should they win the afc north. ron matz pointed out a half an hour ago that kansas city and denver are in the same division. one is going to win that division, one team is going to the playoffs as a wild card. it's actually playing for one while card slot in the afc at this point. i heard john's sound bite and all but sand is going outs of the hourglass. >> what can you say? let's win. >> you're just sometimes too gentle. sometimes that's a good thing. coming up on coffee with, it's baltimore's own robin. you might not know this, she's from baltimore, maryland. robin has knock on wood beat cancer. now she's sharing her extremely
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healthy lifestyle with her vegan cook book. what a treat. that's on coffee with next. sharon gibala has our shhing -- sharon gibala has our wjz traffic contr,,,,,,,
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good morning. calm winds, 39 degrees. 92 #2 -- 92% humidity. 41 pax river, ocean city 37, 10 warmer in dc and kent island, 46 annapolis and rock hall, 37 bel air, 39 columbia, 41 degrees in westminster. we will cloud up tonight. it's going to stay cloudier tomorrow. not a lot of moisture. the rain is going to be really not there at best. chilly is going to be our head line. today a high of 66. the normal is now 65 degrees. plenty of sun today. it's going
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to be a beautiful day. clouds increase, 46 over night. tomorrow a high of 66. then 56 on wednesday, 54 thursday and friday. 56 saturday. look at these over night lows wy , thursday and friday. many of us will see temperatures anywhere from 34 to 36 degrees. what awaits you on the way to work and/or school? here is sharon gibala at wjz traffic control. >> we have a new problem. a brush fire at east joppa at old harford road. another problem, a downed tree glen arm road near heartily mill road. on the may may roadways, starting to see minor delays. 42 is your slowest spot on the west side of the beltway on the outer loop. on 95 between white marsh boulevard and the beltway is your slowest spot there.
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this traffic report is brought to you by your maryland toyota dealer. do you dream of all the places you'd like to go? well, toyota is ready to take you there. now is a great time to find a great deal on a toyota at buyatoyota.com. what a treat this was. this morning's coffee with is with robin quivers and it's furnished by peyton house. >> welcome back to baltimore, maryland. hometown girl. how are you doing? >> doing fine. how are you? >> i was doing well until i opened up your book and see the recipe for basic keyan. >> what does that mean? >> i was trying to educate don into the ways of trying to make it taste like anything but crunchy water. >> follow the recipes in my book. you'll have a wonderful time. >> salt, bay leaf.
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you better hope that's a pen gut -- that's a pungent bay leaf. >> that's all kinds of ways to dress it up. we gave you a basic recipe to build on it. let's have some creativity out there. >> listen, you have hit a nerve with don and i. we're both at this point -- you know, we've been in this market over three decades. we watched our kids grow. don was talk about eating kale. >> i've had it at least one or two meals a day. >> wonderful. >> i'm on this kenwa thing . the vegetation is a big deal. it's not just -- >> well -- >> go ahead. >> the whole point is how do you want to get old? do you want to get old in a sick way or do you want to get old in a vibrant, vital, having time and
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energy to play with your grand kids way? >> i don't disagree. i think everybody is hip to the fact that you looked cancer in the eye, stared that bad boy down. knock on wood, you're back to being the healthy robin quivers. you started this thing even before that. i just heard you in a previous interview. >> thank goodness i did because i might not be sitting here if i hadn't. cancer is tough to beat. the treatment sometimes is as hard as having the disease itself. you need a lot of resources in order to get through it. if i was a weak, pain, sad-filled person in 2001 is when i encountered this disease i might not have made it. >> that's an interesting way of looking at it. >> you have to be mentally sharp just to get through a good
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healthy day. you're juicing in the morning? >> yes. you know, you don't need as much food as you think you do. that's one of the things you learn when you're a vegan. there's a big difference between being nourished and full. i live on juice until about noon. >> do you really? >> yeah. >> oh okay. >> i don't drink coffee. i have tons of energy. sdwlsz >> coffee is a vegetable isn't it? >> coffee is something that growing out of the ground but it's something people are using for an artificial energy boost because they don't have energy on their own. >> got you. >> we have about a minute left. i just flipped through. this book is off the charts. we're coming upon the holiday season. if you know somebody that's a foodie you can get it on the hard copy, online.
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chapter 3, you are what you eat, you can't excrete. >> it's true. can you imagine what's inside ae ing you feel so bad? >> yeah. as a matter of fact because i work out a lot and there's a period of time when i was on a real strict diet i can understand. >> absolutely. you're moving those waste produh sweat. a lot of people just sitting around and taking in low quality food, they're just sitting with it. >> yes, ma'am. >> you got me think ing ing kale again. >> no, no, no. listen, robin, our time has runt . i got to be honest if you find yourself coming back to baltimore to visit family or whatever get in touch with us here at cbs and we can come in and do a web extra on cbsbaltimore.com and do a 10, 20 minute education. >> i'm going to take you up on that. >> honest to god. get in touch with us here at wjz, cbs channel
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13 and come in and let's do some good work. what do you think? >> definitely. >> great to see you look ing so good. >> bye-bye. >> that was great, chapter 3 . i can't make this stuff up. >> no, you can't. >> think of your body as a space shift. apollo 13, we have a problem. i've been there, done
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